Covid-19 & Travel

United States: On November 8, the United States lifted the entry ban, lifted the Covid-19 epidemic prevention restrictions on 33 countries, and allowed passengers who completed the vaccine approved by the World Health Organization to enter the United States without quarantine.

1. Starting from November 8th 2021, foreign travelers can enter the United States after receiving approved vaccines (travelers under the age of 18 can be exempted from vaccination requirements).
2. Approved vaccines include: Janssen/J&J (Johnson & Johnson), Pfizer-BioNTech (Pfizer/Biotechnology), Moderna (Modena), AstraZeneca (AstraZeneca), BIBP/Sinopharm (Sinopharm), Sinovac (Kexing).
3. Passengers who are fully vaccinated must present a 3-day nucleic acid negative test report and a full vaccination certificate before boarding.
4. Children under the age of 2 do not need to be tested for the covid-19 virus; children between the ages of 2 and 17 must be tested for the covid-19 virus before departure: if traveling with a fully vaccinated adult, unvaccinated children can Test three days before departure.
5. Unvaccinated children traveling alone or with unvaccinated adults will need to be tested within the day before departure.